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What Would She Do?: 25 True Stories of Trailblazing Rebel Women #2020

What Would She Do True Stories of Trailblazing Rebel Women From historic world leaders to brilliant scientists artists and modern day pioneers What Would She Do shares twenty five incredible women s stories that educate and empower Learn about the remarkab

  • Title: What Would She Do?: 25 True Stories of Trailblazing Rebel Women
  • Author: Kay Woodward Various
  • ISBN: 9781338216400
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What Would She Do?: 25 True Stories of Trailblazing Rebel Women By Kay Woodward Various, From historic world leaders to brilliant scientists, artists, and modern day pioneers, What Would She Do shares twenty five incredible women s stories that educate and empower Learn about the remarkable achievements and attitudes of feminist trailblazers such as Cleopatra, Amelia Earhart, Malala Yousafzai, Michelle Obama, and other brave women who overcame huge obstaclesFrom historic world leaders to brilliant scientists, artists, and modern day pioneers, What Would She Do shares twenty five incredible women s stories that educate and empower Learn about the remarkable achievements and attitudes of feminist trailblazers such as Cleopatra, Amelia Earhart, Malala Yousafzai, Michelle Obama, and other brave women who overcame huge obstacles to accomplish great things.

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    1. This was a pretty good book I liked how it was a story about a bunch of other stories Since there are a lot of stories in the one story, there were a lot of problems I would say the main problem the women had in this book though was that every woman in every story was that they weren t allowed to go to college There were a lot of people in this book that had done amazing things, but some of there names were Emma Watson, Micheal Obama, and lots of others.There were lots of cause and effect things [...]

    2. I can t wait to read this to my kids one day The illustrations are beautiful and I particularly like a advice they give to kids.

    3. This is a review based on an advance reader s copy.Decent I am not a fan of the main title I think the subtitle should ve been THE title The information was good and interesting The author goes over some women in history that have been covered in other collection books like these, but she also includes figures that are little to unknown in the general knowledge of women s history I appreciated that the author chose figures from around the world Some of my favorite ones were the Trung Sisters fro [...]

    4. Woodward, Kay What Would She Do 25 True Stories of Trailblazing Rebel Women, 111 pgs , Inc 2018 Language G, Mature Content G Violence G These 25 true stories are meant to inspire youth especially young girls, but boys as well to believe that they can accomplish remarkable things Most of the women role models described are women that I had never heard of before, and, of the few that I knew, I learned that I did not know as much about them as I had thought Each section is short, which gives each r [...]

    5. Beautifully illustrated images of the 25 trailblazing rebel women that are the feature of this middle grade collective biography I m in love with the cover image and the approach which is the biographical information, a powerful quote pulled out with a portrait of the woman, and a simple question to bring it to contemporary teens reading it on how they could translate to the world today though some of the women are contemporaries like Michelle Obama, Emma Watson, and Malala Yousafzai Woodward ha [...]

    6. Language G, Mature Content G Violence G These 25 true stories are meant to inspire youth especially young girls, but boys as well to believe that they can accomplish remarkable things Most of the women role models described are women that I had never heard of before, and, of the few that I knew, I learned that I did not know as much about them as I had thought Each section is short, which gives each reader a nice taste of who each woman is with encouragement to learn about the women that inspir [...]

    7. This review is based off of an advanced reader s copy.The book What Would She Do is a book teaching the reader of 25 different stories of women s accomplishments throughout history The book is geared toward young female readers but it s also a great source for factual info for any of the women talked about in the book The book manages to talk about both commonly known historical figures like Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks and Harriet Tubman, while also mentioning obscure women like the Vietnamese [...]

    8. It s an interesting structure to present a situational question at the end of each chapter and offer a possible solution inspired by the woman just profiled but like all the other books of this ilk flooding the market, the chapters are too short Additionally, some of the questions at the ends of chapters felt like there was a lot of maneuvering done to get them to fit the life and behaviour of the woman profiled.The illustrations, though, are fabulous and I can t wait to see the finished book an [...]

    9. Starting with Cleopatra and ending with Malala Yousafzai, author Kay Woodward profiles 25 strong women who have made or are continuing to make their marks on history Each profile takes up 4 pages in the book, and each includes a short blurb, personal information name, date of birth, date of death if applicable, profession, etc , along with a quote from the person, among other things This is a wonderful book that should inspire every girl to believe in herself, and to know that just because you r [...]

    10. I have mixed feelings about this book What I liked the illustrations are excellent the variety of women and their achievements even some of the Q A advice and quiz What wasn t my favorite this was written in a much juvenile way than I expected the use of rebel to describe these women To me, rebel has such a negative connotation I think using a positive word, like just saying trailblazing, courageous, inspirational, etc Something positive Again, just my opinion.

    11. This book was unlike any book I have ever read It was very different, but very creative It was cool to hear of so many woman s different stories and struggles Some of these woman I did not know about, and was cool to hear their interesting lives I would definitely read another book like this one, like I said it s nothing like I ve ever read before.

    12. 25 women from all times in history and from all over the globe Short blurbs, full color illustrations, single page highly readable biographies, quotesd a question for each woman that a modern girl might ask with an answer based on that woman s life and legacy.

    13. Inspring, informative and beautifully illustrated The kids have enjoyed this book and I like that they can pick it up and choose someone to read about.

    14. Although designed for children, so perhaps a little simple in its writing for me, this book is so inspiring and I want to push it into the hands of lots of young girls

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